I thought I would share this story of our family's love for Swee-Touch-Nee. Back in the mid 1950s, my parents went to Philadelphia to visit relatives. One time, they wanted some tea, and chose this tea. They really liked it, and took some home. As they could not buy it locally, they would have the relatives send us some, but that soon got old. So, a relative asked the store owner where to get the tea, and was given the name and address of the company in Lynbrook. She wrote and asked if she could purchase it from them. They said yes, as long as she ordered a case of 1000 bags. We have been doing this now for well over 50 years! We send a check, and get a case of tea, 3 to 4 times a year! My wife and I took over ordering it a couple of years ago, so we are now into the 2nd generation.
One time decades ago, instead of coming in the paper boxes, we got a case of the tea in 100 bag size tins. They are still in the attic today.